Xiaomi’s first sale of Mi3 smartphones in the Philippines today marks its slowest sell-out ever.
Xiaomi has revealed that 3,000 Mi3 smartphones will be on sale in the country on June 26 at 12 noon.
Tablet shipments in the Philippines grew 110 percent year-on-year, according to a recent report for Q1 2014 by research firm IDC.
Xiaomi's flagship Mi3 smartphone will arrive in the Philippines in the coming weeks.
FoodPanda adds Philippines to the slate of Asian countries it has gone into.
Philippine incubator Ideaspace Foundation announced the 10 winners of its second national startup competition yesterday.
Philippines-based consumer rewards startup ZAP has secured US$850,000 in funding.
Filipinos living overseas now have a more convenient way to pay for their families’ education back home
PhilSmile taps on a potentially-huge market - overseas Filipino workers - for an educational payment system.
Senator Bam Aquino has filed a measure to exempt startups from taxes for their first two years of operations.
China phone-maker Huawei launched the Huawei Ascend G6 in the Philippines.
Bitmarket provides a wider market reach for merchants and promotes ease of payment for customers.
A recent study shows the amount of mobile transactions in the country increased 156 percent year-on-year.
Autodeal focuses on giving consumers information on current promotions and deals on brand new cars, motorcycles, and accessories.
Ramping up its presence in Asia, aComerce has now expanded into the Philippines.
Some are veterans in the e-commerce wars, others are relative newbies. Most are homegrown ventures, while a couple can trace their roots overseas.
In 2013, WebKul has tripled its revenue and products, and reached US$1 million revenue.
Hacker collective Anonymous Philippines’ has lost access to their own Facebook page.
Ripplrz sets up the hackathon premise in reverse.
Only a week after GrabCar first launched in Malaysia, the service is now available in Manila
Anonymous Philippines has crossed borders and defaced more than 200 Chinese website this week.
Germany-based SoundCloud is the most-used music streaming app in emerging markets in Asia.
PeaTix’s growth is something its founders attribute to their ability to focus on customers’ needs.
Uniqly’s do-it-yourself website service allows merchants to create their own estore on multiple platforms.
Karaoke Clock-in will play a sample of a song which employees can sing along to.
Before getting its seal of approval, Zipmatch founders John Dang and Chow Paredes had to leave their corporate jobs and bootstrap the new startup at the same ti...
Philippine startup MetroPlate pivots to university food deliveries, partners with its US counterpart
MetroPlate is now pivoting to Philippine universities as a subsidiary of US-based late-night food delivery service InstaNomz.
Online vendors can encourage consumers to purchase online through alternative online payment methods.
Locaruu wants to give travelers a more immersive and personal experience by providing local guides.
Carmudi now has over 7,000 listings on its site within three months and is set to expand in other cities in the country.